The message of the film is classic good vs. evil, with overtones of the Cold War (despite it’s pre-WWII setting) and strong patriotic flavor.  You truly feel as if you’re back in the 1940s, fearing a German invasion.  And, just as they did back then, heroes who were willing to sacrifice everything saved the lives of millions.  The film thus serves as a testament to bravery, honor and devotion – and to Christian love.  All’s certainly well that ends well.

Younger children will be frightened by the warlike violence, but adolescents will enjoy it tremendously.  And adults – especially the older generation – will feel like they’ve stepped back in time.  In this case, that’s a very good thing.


  • Drugs/Alcohol Content:    None.
  • Language/Profanity:  Five mild obscenities and four mild profanities.
  • Sexual Content/Nudity:  Several references to boyfriend “running/fooling around” on girlfriend, implying relational infidelity, but no sexuality.
  • Violence:  Multiple shots of  battle violence e.g. fighter pilots firing rounds and missiles and dropping bombs; fictional “monster” characters attacking cities and humans; multiple conceptual threats to life e.g. heroes trapped in room of dynamite ready to explode or warding off villains; police officers and other heroes fire guns at attacking enemies; characters engage in hand-to-hand combat.